Antioch Community High School - Sequoia Yearbook (Antioch, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Mr. Lester Hamlin Mr. Albert Dictman Mr, Hargld Wilson
Oulu BOARD swweswswnilb
Mrs. Ruth Seyfarth
Mr. Robert Denman
Mr. Hamlin, president of the board, is
serving his sixth year. Mr. Hamlin is an elec-
trician from Lake Villa. Mr. Dittman, princi-
pal of Antioch High, has served as adminis-
trator to the board and school for the past
six years. Mr. Wilson, secretary of the board,
is serving his third year with the board. He
is an upholsterer from west of Antioch. Mr.
Denman, a farmer from Millburn, ioined the
board this year. Dr. Carlucci, who is an
Antioch dentist, is serving his second year
for the school. Mr. Seekatz, another new-
comer to the board this year, is a building
contractor from Lake Villa. Mr. Cain, back
with the board again, is serving his fourth
year with the board. Mrs. Seyfarth, an
Antioch housewife, has given two years to
board service . '
Mr. A. W. Seekatz
Mr M C Cam
Two men vitally important to the
functioning of our school are Mr.
Dittman, our principal, and'Mr.
Polley, our assistant principal. In
addition to the scheduling of classes,
the co-ordination of activities, and
the handling of disciplinary matters,
they devote much time and effort to
long-range planning for the improve-
ment of our total school program,
Mr. William Baird taught social
studies and was Assistant Varsity
Football Coach, Assistant Varsity
Track Coach, and served as a
sponsor of the Student Council
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Miss Barbara Best, who was new at
Antioch this year, served as a teacher
of English and science and as a
As well as teaching Mathematics,
Mr. Donald Cramer devoted his
time as Mathematics Department
Chairman and served as Junior
class chairman sponsor.
Miss Nancy Denby, who taught
English this year, sponsored the
Sequoia and also was chairman
sponsor of the National Honor
The music department was directed
by Mr. Louis Chenette, who was
chairman sponsor of the National
Modern Music Masters, Pep Band
sponsor, Sequoia Music Makers
supervisor and Radio Club sponsor.
Mr. Donald Chiappetta, Librarian,
also sponsored the Library Club,
directed the Spring music program
and variety show, and served as
Freshman Football Coach.
Mr. James Corrigan, a new member
of the faculty, filled his time teaching
English and serving as Co -ordinator of
Audio-Visual Aids, and was an
assistant in the Boy's intramurals
Mr. Frank Denison, who was new
at Antioch this year, served as our
Guidance Co-ordinator and also as
Senior class sponsor
Teaching mathematics was the job
Of Miss JOS6phine Diethelm, who
also sponsored the junior class and
was Chairman Sponsor of the Junior
Miss Lorraine Frantz, who taught
physical education and business
education, also served as Assistant
G, A,A, sponsor, Frosh-Soph
Cheerleader sponsor, and Pep
Mr. Stuart Good, who taught
industrial arts this year, served as
Sophomore Basketball Coach and
as senior class sponsor.
Mrs. Bethsebe Houghton, one of
our mathematics teachers, was
also a National Honor Society
sponsor and a junior class sponsor.
In addition to being physical Mr Elmo Edwards one of our
education teacher, Miss Nary science teachers served as Science
Donovan sponsored G. A. A. and Department Chairman Ticket
the Varsity Cheerleaders. Manager and Science Club sponsor
Besides being director of the
junior and senior class plays,
Miss Patricia Howard taught
English and was Dramatic Club Jumof C1355 sponsor and
Chairman Sponsor. Student Council sponsor
MF- Wafd Leaf Seflled 35 Afhleiifl Duties as head basketball coach,
Director, Business Education De- head baseball coach, hygieal ed-
partment Chairman, and President ucation instructor, and, "A" Club
of the Classroom Teachers' Associa- Chairman Sponsor kept Mr. Larry
tion, in addition to teaching in the Le0n'5 time well filled,
business and commercial field.
Serving as teacher of home eco-
nomics, assistant sponsor of F.H.A
and sophomore class sponsor, was
Mrs. Dorothy Romoser, a new face
at Antioch this year.
Also new this year was Mr,
William Romoser, who taught
mechanical drawing and driver ed-
ucation, and coached the sophomore
football team and the freshman
In addition to teaching Spanish,
Mrs. Carol Maplethorpe was Chai
man of the Langua e Arts De art-
ment, Dean of Giri, and Hall
Monitors Chairman Sponsor.
Miss Ruth Poczekaj occupied her
first year at Antioch with English
and Latin classes and sponsorship of
the senior class and Latin Club.
Mr. Elroy Robinson taught chemist:
and biology, sponsored Science
Club and Civil Defense, and man-
aged the junior concessions.
Teaching eneral science and bio
logiy, coaciiing frosh-soph basebal
an being Chairman Sponsor of bc
the Science Club and the sopho-
more class ave Mr. William
Seemann plinty of work.
We've waited and waited, now we don't know if we reall
want to leave. Within these walls we leave some sweat, some
heartaches, some thrills, and a lot of nostalgic memories.
We tend to be sages and seers when we reach the Senior
level. ln keeping with tradition and example we wish to will
the following precepts into the memory of the underclassmen:
study hard, respect authority, assume responsibility, give
examples of good citizenship. We have Found through exper-
ience that these qualities are the most worthwhile that one
can attain in his High School life.
Beyond that we wish to congratulate the Juniors on their
wonderful prom, the Sophomores on becoming upperclassmen,
and the Freshmen on the fact that they were here.
Our sincerest wishes go to the teachers we have had in
our four years at ATHS and for all the guidance and wisdom
they tried to place in our hands. Many thanks go to our Seni
sponsors for the care they took with our many whims and desires Mr, Good, Chairman Sponsor, Mr.
as students. Walther, Miss Poczekaj, Mr. Denison.
Yes, we've waited and waited, and now it's time to go---
"We lift our voice in song
To sing our whole life long-
Antioch High School
Fine and Strong."
Student Council 4, Vice -President 4, Science
Club 3, 4, President 3, 4, "A" Club 3, 4g Foot- .
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 3
4, Class President 45 National Honor Society 4. 4 ' 4 1 nu f
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PATRICIA DRESSEL ' I
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Sequoia Staff 2, 3, 4, Tom-Tom Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, g '
Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Future Homemakers of America
1. 2, G. A, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, All Stars
3, 4, Girls' Glee Club lg Class Vice -President 4. f
Sequoia Staff 4, Tom-Tom Staff 3, 4, Pep Club
2, 3g G, A, A, 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Secretary 1, 4.
Student Council 4, Girls State 35 Sequoia Staff
3, 4, Tom-Tom Staff 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, G. A, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, , Q' 1
All stars 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, President 2 gf
Class Officer 4, Treasurer, Class Play 3, Nation .ii w"Y""'fQg-
Honor Society 4.
bxasketba ll team
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Science Club 3g "A" Club 4g Football 1 2
4g Basketball lg Track lg Band 1g A Cappella
Cho1r 3 .
of America 1, 2, 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4g Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2.
Latin Club 3g Pep Club 2g Future Homemak
Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4 .
Student Council President 4g Football 1, 2, 4.
Student Council 2, 4, Assistant Secretary 4g
Sequoia Staff 4g Tom-Tom Staff 3,4, News
Editor 4g Pep Club 2g G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, Colo
Guard 4g Girls' Glee Club 1g Class Secretary
3g Latin Club 1.
Library Club 3,4,
SUE CAROL BARNSTABLE
Tom-Tom Staff 1, 2g Pep Club 2g G.A.A. 1,
2g Girls' Glee Club 1, 2g A Cappella Choir 3.
Latin Club 2, 3g Science Club 3g Basketball lg
Class Plays 3,4,
Football 2 .
Latin Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Girls' Glee
Club 2g A Cappella Choir 3,4.
Transferred from St. John's M.A., 1956,
Student Council lg National Honor Society 43
Latin Club 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 2, Pep Club 3,
Track 2,3g Class Play 3g Choir 2g R.O.T.C.
Transferred from Farragut, 1956, A Cappella
Choir 1, 2.
Student Council 3g National Honor Society 3,
4g Sequoia Staff 4, Tom-Tom Staff l, 2, 3,4,
Art Editor 3, Feature Editor 45 Science Club
3, 4g Pep Club 2, Modern Music Masters 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, Future Homemakers of
America 1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 2, President 3:
G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4, Color Guard 4, Band 1, 2g
Class Play 3, 4.
Student Council 4g Sequoia staff 1, 2, 3, 4,
Co-Editor 4g Tom-Tom Staff 1, 2, 35 Pep Club
2, 3,4, Treasurer 3g F.H.A. 1,2, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, All
Stars 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Class Secretary lg
Class Play 3.
WILLIAM CA RNEY
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Sequoia Staff 3, Pep Club 3 Basketball 1,2 A' ,Av is no ,
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"A" Club 2, 3,43 Football l,2, 3,45 Track 1,
2, 3, 4.
Transferred from Ela Vernon, l956g Art 1,2g
Chorus 3, Pep Club 1.
Band 1, 2.
"A" Club 4g Football lg Basketball 2, 3,4.
Pep Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Modern Music
Masters 2, 3,4, Treasurer 3, F.H.A. 1, 2:
Band 2, 3,4g Girls' Glee Club lg A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, 4.
Transferred from Warren Township High
School, 19565 F.F.A. l,2.
G.A.A. lg Girls' Glee Club l,2g A Cappella
Choir 3, 4.
Transferred from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
1956, "A" Club 4, Football 3,4, Class Play 4.
Library Club 2, 3,4, Track 1, Baseball 2, 3.
Student Council 3,4, Vice-President 4, Pres-
ident 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin
Club 3,4, "A" Club 3,4, Football 2, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Band 1,2, Class President 3.
Student Council 2,4, National Honor Society
4, Sequoia-Staff 1, 2, Tom-Tom Staff 1, 2, 3,
4, Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4, Latin Club
2, Science Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Treasurer
2, F.H.A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 2, G.A.A. 1,2,
3, 4, Cheerleading 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 1, Class
Sequoia Staff 3,4, Tom-Tom Staff 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 2, 3,4, Chief Rooter 3,4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3,4, Cheerleading 1, Chief Sequoit 3,
4, Girls' Glee Club 1, Class Play 3.
ROSE ELLEN FURLAN
Student Council 3, National Honor Society 4,
Sequoia Staff 1, 2, 3,4, Co-Editor 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Points Chair-
man 3, Treasurer 4, G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, All
Stars 4, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3,4, Head 4, Girls'
Glee Club 1, Class Treasurer 2.
Radio Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Baseball 1, 2.
Transferred from Greenwood, Wisconsin, 1957,
Pep Club 1,2, F.H.A. 1, 2, A Cappella Choir
1, 2, 4, Class Play 3.
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National Honor Society 4, Sequoia Staff 4,
Tom-Tom Staff lg Pep Club 2, 3,4, Secre-
tary 4g G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4, All Stars 3g Girls'
Glee Club 1.
Transferred from Chetek, Wisconsin, 1956,
Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Photography
Club 1, 2, F.F.A. lg Football 4g Basketball 1,
Manager lg Band 1, 25 Class Play 4.
National Honor Society 4, "A" Club 3,4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2g Class Vice-
President 2, 3.
"A" Club 3, 4g Football l, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1,
Baseball 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3.
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y Baseball 1, ,3, .
Student Council 4g Latin Club 2, 33 "A" Club
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Basket
ball l, 2, 3,4g Track 3g Baseball l, 2.
Football lg Boy's Glee Club lg A Cappella
Library Club 45 F.H.A. 2, 3,4, Treasurer 35
G.A.A. 1,25 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2.
Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2.
Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Class Plays 3,
Student Council 45 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Modem
Music Masters 2, 3,45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3, President 45 Band 1, 2, 3,4.
Transferred from Carl Sandburg High School,
Orland Park, Illinois, 19545 Pep Club 25 "A"
Club 3,45 Football 45 Basketball 1,25 Base-
ball 35 Class Play 4.
Pep Club 15 Football 1.
"A" Club 3,45 Football 1, 25 Track 3.
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'65 ' ,l "Ken"
if 39 Band 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 2.
Q if NEIL LESSARD
Transferred from Hayward, Wisconsin, 1957,
Newspaper 3, Class President 2.
"A" Club 3,4, Football 1,2, 3,4, Basketbali 1.
Yzfj I DANIEL MAIER
Library Club 4, Sequoia Staff 2, Tom-Tom
Staff 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 3,4,
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lm It Pep Club 2, 3,4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Band 1,2,
3, Girls' Glee Club 2.
L ' CAROL MCGLYNN
Tom-Tom Staff 3,4, Latin Club 3, Pep Club
2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, Band 2,3,4,
Girls' Glee Club 2.
"A" Club 3,4, Vice-President 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4.
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9 -' K' DAVID MITCHELL
Q.. A- "Dave"
Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3,
1 Q 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3,4, "A" Club 2,
' 3,4, Secretary 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3
gi - Q! Q0 4, 4, Co-Captain 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2.
Football 1 .
Transferred from Roosevelt High School,
Chicago, Illinois, 19555 Library Club 4,
NORMAN PA LENS KE
Student Council 2, Football lg Basketball 4,
Class Play 3.
Transferred from Fenton High School, 1957,
Football 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Sequoia Staff 1, 2, 3,43 Tom-Tom Staff 3,4,
Business Manager 4g Pep Club 2, 3,4, Vice-
President 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 3,4
F.H.A. lg Girls' Glee Club 1.
Transferred from Hinesdale Catholic, 1955.
Football 1, 2, 3,4g Basketball 1, 2,4g Baseball
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Transferred from Salvatorlan Seminary, 1955
Pep Club 2, 3, "A" Club 3,4, Basketball 2, 3,
Student Council 1, 2, National Honor Society
4, Tom-Tom Staff 1, 3,4, Latin Club 1, 2,
Pep Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, A11 stars 4,
Cheerleading 1, 2, Head 1, 2, Girls' Glee
Club 1, Class President 1, Class Play 3,4.
Transferred from Highland Park High School,
1957, "A" Club 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball 4
Baseball 3, 4.
Sequoia Staff 2, Basketball 1, 2, Class Play 3.
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Band 1,
2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Class Play 3,
Science Club 3.
MA RY RUDOLP H
Band 1, 2, 3.
Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3
4, Sequoia Staff 2, 3,4, Business Manager 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Sequoia Staff 2, Track 3, Baseball 1, 2.
Transferred from Salvatorian Seminary, 1957.
"A" Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Manager 2, 3,4, Track 2.
Student Council 4, Library Club 3, Pep Club
2, Modern Music Masters 2, G.A.A. 3,4,
Color Guard 4, All Stars 4, Band 1, 2, Class
Sequoia Staff 1, 3, 4, Tom -Tom Staff 2, 3,4,
Pep Club 2, 3,4, F.H.A. 1, 2,3, G.A.A. 1,
2, 3,4, Girls' Glee Club 1.
Transferred from Grant High School. 1954,
Sequoia Staff 4, Pep Club 4, G.A.A. 2,
Band 2, 3, 4.
Pep Club 2,4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3,4,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3.
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Transferred from Chula Vista, California,
1955: Sequoia Staff 4, Tom-Tom Staff 4, Pep
Club 3: F.H.A. 3: G.A.A. 3, Girls' Glee
Club lg Class Vice-President and Advisory
Secretary lg Class President and Advisory
Transferred from Round Lake High School,
19565 Radio Club lg Basketball 3.
Transferred from Greenwood High School,
1957, Library Staff 2, 3g F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Head of Girls Intramurals
Sequoia Staff 3,43 Pep Club 2, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 3g Football lg Class Play 3,4.
Sequoia Staff 1, 2, Science Club 4g Radio Club
15 Pep Club 1, 2, Vice'-President l, President
2, Class Play 3.
Student Council 45 National, Honor Society 4,
Sequoia Staff 3, 43 Science Club 3g Pep Club
2,4g Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, President
4g' F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3,
Secretary 4g Band 1, 2, 3,4g Class Play 3.
Seniors pick up portraits.
Sequoia Staff 2, 3, Tom-Torn 2, 3, Latin Club
ig Pep Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 1,2,3, Girls' Giee
Club 1, 2, Librarian 2, A Cappella 3,4g
Modern Music Masters 4.
Sequoia Staff 3, Pep Club 3, Football lg
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Tom-Tom 1, 2, 3, 4,
Editor 3,4g Science Club 4, F.H.A. l,2, 3,
Vice-President 3, G.A.A. 1,2, 3,43 Class
President 2, Class Treasurer 3.
Goal for four DIPLOMA'
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moment for class of '57
Mr. I0hI1SOH. 8dViS01': E. Christensen, Secretaryg Mr.
Robinson. 8ClViS01': Mrs. Walther, advisorg L. Wagner, Treas-
urerg Miss Diethelm, advisorg Mr. Cramer, Chairman spon-
sor, Mrs. Houghton, advisorg F. Mann, Presidentg S. Pickus,
Pwvw planting occupies UMf0'L5
For a long time I'll remember our Homecoming float--FIRST PRIZE! Many of us partici
pated in athletics and in other fonns of school activities, and we gave outstanding perform
ances. True, we had our setbacks, and at times we had our serious problems and disap-
pointments. But through a profound effort on our part we managed to hold our heads high.
Can we ever forget the Prom? The dates, the colors, the music, the atmosphere all
seemed to blend well with the romantic setting!
Can we show the way for leadership in our Senior year? l only have to look at and
emulate our class leaders to answer that question in the affirmative.
Q., S. Barnstable
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J. Hughes, Secretary. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Zea, Mrs.
Romoser, Mr. Seemann, Chairman Sponsor.
This was our year to howl, and howl we did.
We scoffed at the upperclassmenp we ignored the
Freshmen, we tolerated schoolwork, and we moved
a step up toward the goals we were seeking.
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means of getting our way was made clearer to us.
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tential . Instead of using underhanded methods to
obtain good grades, we strived hard and consci-
entiously worked toward a finer understanding of
our work and our teachers. The result was a hard
working class and a class that never stopped being
proud of itself.
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we realize that we do like the Seniors, we
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then, and, in the last analysis, we realized that
our schoolwork was first and foremost in our march
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for Homecoming, putting on our own talent show, and having a terrific Freshman party
when we were our own bosses for a change.
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i " in ' 'T The Student Council consists of the Executive Board
class presidents and representatives, presidents of state-
affiliated organizations, and the girls' and boys' state
representatives. The purpose of this body is to promote
good relationships throughout the school and to discuss
problems which arise, with the hope of finding possible
The council sponsors many activities, including
Homecoming, Thanksgiving and Christmas programs,
4 professional assemblies, Crusade for Freedom, Variety
il Shows, Eighth Grade Day, Student Government Day,
and all social activities. Some of their money-making
:S -. 'V proiects are selling popcorn, Christmas cards, and
OFFICERS school pennants. I U .
Mrs Tulumeuo R Jonas Vice-President. F ln the past year the council gained state-wide
' I ' ' ' ' ' recognition for its methods of conducting the Crusade
Ferdml' P'eS'dem1D- Goodenough' Treasureri for Freedom, the Student Variety shows, and its Code
P' Zelen' Secretary' of Ethics for the Student Body.
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FIRST ROW: P. Zeien, J, Pyles, S. Duha, P. Cardiff, S. Dittman, A. Royer, N. Wetterberg. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Tulumello, T. Blank, J. Sheehan, C. Arndt, F. Mann, S. Romer, M. Forbrich, F. Bigner, Mr. Baird.
THIRD ROW: J. Proesel, L. Herbst, R Jonas, J. Armstrong, J. Oilschlager, R. Martin, D. Seyfarrh, W. Herbst,
J. Dupre, D. Goodenough.
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FIRST ROW: J. Pyles, R. Furlan, E. Christensen, Miss Denby, J. Burton, F. Mann. SECOND ROW: P. Zeien, S.
Pickus, M. Forbrich, T. Sanhamel, D. Gibbs, J. Keisler, K. Rentner, N. Wetterberg. THIRD ROW: S. Aschenbrenner,
B. Cain, R. Jonas, P. Magiera, A. Hanke, J. Berke, D. Mitchell, F. Ferdon.
Nahanni I-lonofu Qocimhj
FIRST ROW: T. Sanhamel, R. Gable, A. Milowski, M. Porbrich, W. Herbst, W. Carney, J. Tully, A. Hanke, E.
Eberman, M. Nelson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Maplethorpe, E. Schley, J. Zelibor, P. Zeien, G. Frazier, M. Geist,
D. Domek, K. Rentner, R. Furlan, B. Stokes, I. Schimmel, P. Drucker, C. Caddy. THIRD ROW: R. Anderson, J.
Masek, B. Carney, M. Jasien, G. Royer, D. Runyard, -F. Sebesta, E. Frazier, D. Gibbs, P. Cardiff, M. Waigand,
D. Stratton, S. Barnstable. FOURTH ROW: P. Teml, J. Maleck, C. Keulman, R. Thayer, D. Goodenough, R.
Wertz, J. Alshouse, F. Faust, G. Sterbenz, R. Schaefer, J. Pyles, T. Thomas, P. Dressel. FIFTH ROW: E. Chris-
tensen, T. Golden, G. Anzinger, W. Wolfinbarger, S. Petersen, C. Arndt, G. Volling, M. Smith, J. Sheehan, G.
klystlund, P. Cheterbok, J. Burton. SIXTH ROW: C. Davis, R. Rockow, K. Krieger, M. Quilty, R. Blalock, R.
artin, J. Dittmer, W. Hart, J. Berke, E. Meyer, P. Mitchell, R. Abendroth, J. I-loman.
FIRST ROW: P. Storch, J. Seekatz, D. Gracyk, S. Berke, Miss Poczekaj, N. Brown, Secretary, S. Dittman, President,
T. Good, Vice-President, P. Bartik, C. Ruhl. SECOND ROW: K. Hermanek, E. Schley, B. Tallrnan, M. Ptasienski, S.
January, C. Buell, I. Cribb, J. Gaston, J. Sobey, Treasurer, K. Horton, THIRD ROW: I. Proesel, F. Ferdon, D. Hay,
J. Berke, R. Teml, I. Oilschlager, B. Cain, W. Cremin, F. Mann, S. Romer, S, Duha.
mlb plaw projects
FIRST ROW: M. Anderson, C. Keulman, A. Royer, C. Clayton, E, Homan, V. Ganzer. SECOND ROW: S. Gilday, S.
Barnstable, D. Nickerson, A. Royer, M. Jarvis, Miss Poczekaj, N, Cribb, M. McNeil, G. Lathom, E. Reichenbach, D
Sherwin, THIRD ROW: L. Kapell, R. Story, R. Greene, E. Ostermann, J. Stieber, C. Bruhn, C. Horn, M. Jensen, V.
White, J. Fera, S. Owens, K. Lightsey, T. Blank. FOURTH ROW: R. Riihimaki, G. Sturm, J. Sershon, L. Hribar, J.
Prosise, W. Wolfinbarger, D, Bruesch, P. Zeien, B. Elliott, G. Richter, L. Porter, G. Greene, T. Ptack, W. Barker,
Mrs. Walther, Mrs. Romoser, J. Sherwood, Historian, D.
Harms, Public Relations Chairman: J. Keisler, Recreation
Chairman, R. Furlan, Treasurer, N. Wetterberg, Secretary,
B. Krakowski, Vice-President, P. Jesse, President.
agus ctw irgiwgia Sw., 6m FJ-IA.
The Future Homemakers of America is an organization composed of girls who have taken
or are taking at least one ear of Home Economics. The major activites of this year were the
Homecoming Float, "Climbing to Victory", the Christmas party, to which the girls brought an
assortment of canned goods to be packed in a Christmas Basket and given to a needy Family,
"Daddy-Date Ni9l"f"i "Hobo-Day, " on which the girls dress like real "bums" and do odd jobs
to raise money for the clubg and the Spring Style Show, at which the girls model the gannents
they have made in class during the ear. The members feel that the various activities of the
F. H.A, provide both fun and usefufexperiences for the future homemakers of our country.
FIRST ROW: D, Harms. I. Sherwood, J. Keisler, R. Furlan, N. Wetterberg, B. Krakowski, P. Jesse, Mrs. Walther, Mrs
Romoser. SECOND ROW: C. Arndt, C. Gundelach, M. Wertz. I. Schimmel, C. Horton. I. Anderson, P. Hogan, B.
Gutowski, C. McG1ynn. THIRD ROW: M. Geist, I. Ehrhardt, E. Christensen, K. Van Patten, K. Saylor, A. Rozek, S.
Kubs, V. Kandl, S. Sorwell. FOURTH ROW: A. Hribar, S. Berke, K. Horton, S. Hart, D. Lasco. J. Schneider, B.
Walker, J. Jesen, B. Curwood, P. Dorner, D, Shewan. FIFTH ROW: C. Lindley, M. Ott, J. Wilson, C. Messersmith,
M. Kulp, K. Nettles, L. D'Aba1do, C. Olsen, C. Larsen, N. Srch, C. Hansen. SIXTH ROW: M. Jasien. J. Burton, D
Jaros, L. Gibbons, S. Uedell, C. Schissler, S. Jordan, I. Austin. J. Blank, K. Runyard, I. Adamowski, B. Young.
Modern Music Masters is a national or-
ganization which honors students with out-
standing musical ability. Our Antioch
chapter is composed of approximately
seventeen students who have been admitted
on the basis of musicianship, scholastic
average, and service.
lnitiations, held once each semester,
are designed to instruct new members in
the meaning and significances of the or-
The executive board members of the
Antioch Modern Music Masters society
correspond regularly with the national
Tri-M office in Park Ridge, Illinois.
FIRST ROW N Wetterberg O Belke P Anderson D Mantis, S. January, B. Yates, D. Domek. SECOND
ROW L Wagner L Wohlferl L Hollocker B Young M Midgley, F. Mann, S. Romer. I. Burton, S.
Prckus THIRD ROW Mr Chenette B Cam D Hay A Moorman, R. Mack, D. Mitchell, K. Applebey,
I. Pyles, Treasurer, D. Gibbs, Secretaryg
S. Petersen, Vice-President, S. Barn-
stable, Presldentg Miss Frantz, Sponsor,
PGP good spoafsmans '
FIRST ROW: S. Waldweiler, P. Tegelman, V. White, J. Pyles, D. Gibbs, S. Petersen, S. Bamstable, Miss Frantz.
SECOND ROW: J. Dressel, P. Camphausen, I. Wagner, D, Stillson, C. Kamen, P. Cardiff, E. Storch, A. Stanton, N.
Wetterberg, D. Mantis. THIRD ROW: S, Knbs, J. Rentner, J. Worsley, A. Royer, G. Lathom, D. Shannon, P, Wells, S
Berke, K. Horton, M. Jarvis, I. Keisler, L. Wagner. FOURTH ROW: J. Anderson, J. Blumenschein, N. Brockway, P.
Teml, P. Cheterbok, I. Libert, I, Ehrhardt, D. Peter, K. Runyard, F. Mann, B. Yates, E. Homan. FIFTH ROW: G.
Frasier, P. Byme, N. Nemec, I. Adarnowski, M. Jasien, C. Hansen, C. Larsen, C. Olsen, B. Curwood, P. Dorner, M.
Sorenson, S. Dittrnan, J. Schimmel. SIXTH ROW: K. Van Patten, L. Veesenmeyer, K. Sershon, M. Forbrich, S.
Christensen, R. Furlan. J. Maleck, C. Keulman, P. Dressel, B. Frazier, M, Smith, I. Korol, K. Scully.
FIRST ROW: Miss Slavin, M. Forbrich, Co-Editor: P.
Zeien, Co-Editor: C. Arndt, News Editor, P. Dressel,
Production. SECOND ROW: A. Moorman, Art Editor:
J. Burton, Feature Editor, S. Petersen, Business Man-
ager: M. Geist, Circulation Manager.
Through the Tom-Tom, Antioch High's
bi-weekly newspaper, students are given
the opportunity to exercise their ability in journalism.
As the school enrollment grew this year, the Tom-Tom grew with it, necessitating the
expansion of the editorial staff to include Co-Editors as well as News, Feature, Sports, and
Art Editors. This year's paper was also made more attractive by the use of a different color
paper for each issue.
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FIRST ROW: I. Zelibor, N. Brockway, W. Jarvis, . . , . , , . , . , .
SECOND ROW: C Horton, P. Wallace, M. Andersen, S. Kubs, C. Irvin, K. Van Patten, C. McNeil, B. Krakowski, S.
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Maier. I. Maleck, R. Anderson, T. Kubrna, M. Ptasienskr. THIRD ROW: D. Stratton, K, Sers on, . ze ,
I. Masek, J. Smith, M. Iasien, T. Thomas, K. Rentner, S. Petersen. J. Pyles, M. Smith, B. Frazier. FOURTH ROW:
C. McG1ynn, C. Miller, P. Teml, K. Runyard, J. Libert, B. Stokes, K. Lghtsey, I. Ehrhardt, I. Anderson, P. Jesse,
P D el FIFTH ROW M Doyle L Kapell G Larhom P eterbok P Wells, D. Shannon. J. Sobey,
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C. Olsen, C. Larsen, C. Hansen. J. Keisler, C. Ruhl, S, January, M. Geist. SIXTH ROW: T. Ptack. I. Tully, M.
T. Sanhamel, Business Manager, R. Furlan, Co-Editorg
M. Cardiff, Co-Editor, Miss enby.
SGC! ' piotwws gewds events
The Sequoia is published by and for the students of Antioch High School in order to
give them a lasting pictorial record of each year's events.
The staff works hard throughout the entire year to prepare the book for publication.
The work of the Editorial Staff includes the scheduling and taking of pictures, the planning
of page lay-outs and headlines, and the assigning, revising, and typing of copy. The
Business Staff, meanwhile, is busy selling advertising space, student subscriptions, and
keeping all financial records straight.
FIRST ROW: Miss Denby, K. Sershon, M. Doyle, M. Geist, P. Cardiff, R. Furlan, I. Zelibor, D. Jaros, I. Burton, D.
Stillson, SECOND ROW: M. Sorenson. J. Schimmel, J. Anderson, M. Andersen, H. Herman, D. Harms, D. Mantis, S.
Pickus, I. Keisler, L. Wagner, C. Olsen. THIRD ROW: I. Wa ner, K. VanPatten, C. McNeil, B. Krakowski. B,
Gutowski, A. Stanton, C. Irvin, B. Frazier, T. Thomas, M. Tasien, N. Scott. FOURTH ROW: N. Wetterberg, J,
Seekatz, I. Apostolou, E. Homan, P. Cheterbok, K. Tasker, S. Kubs, J. Worsley, C. Clayton, D. Gibbs. J. P les, P.
Dressel, B. Paulsen. FIFTH ROW: P. Teml, G. Lathom, T. Sanhamel. J. Sherwood, F. Mann, T. Gallagher,
Keeler, M. Smith, S. Petersen, C. Arndt, C. Horton, S. Romer.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Chenette, C. Bruhn, D. Moorman, A. Root, S. Aschenbrenner. SECOND ROW: J. Prosise, T.
Golden, S. Nielsen, B. Cain.
PAM The officers for the Radio Club's third year were Bryan Cain, Presi-
dent, Steve Aschenbrenner, Vice President, Dave Moorman, Secretary-Treasurer, and Mr.
The purpose of the organization was to gain knowledge of radio transmission and fre-
quencies, and to receive amateur ham licenses and call letters for the members. Several mem
bers received their licenses this year, which allowed them to transmit and receive short wave
messages on amateur frequencies.
The Science Club, a newly formed organization, has given students the opportunity to
further their interests in the fields of biology, chemistry and physics. Scheduled field trips
make belonging to this club both interesting and exciting.
The Science Club promotes advancements and outstanding accomplishments in science as
a means of introducing more young men and women into this fascinating field. This year Mr.
Seemann served as sponsor, Rich Jonas as president, lone Cribb as secretary, and Russell Cote
as treasurer . I , dub
FIRST ROW: P. Zeien, B. Schley, M. Anderson, C. Westburg, J. Renter. SECOND ROW: J. Keisler, S. Berke,
P. Bartik, I. Cribb, S. Kubs, J. Worsley, Mr. Seemann. THIRD ROW: G. Mantis, R. Cote, C. Keulman, J.
Burton, F. Mann, M. Forbrich, R. Wertz, R. Doyle. FOURTH ROW: T. Ptack, S. Nielsen, J. Parker, R. Carl-
son, R. Carlson, R. Abendroth, R. White. FIFTH ROW: M. Murrie, R. Jonas, L. Merryman, R. Martin, J.
Quinn, D. Seyfarth, P. Mitchell, A. Wollpert.
One ofthe highlights ofthe G.A.A.
activities was the playday, at which the
girls from Antioch were hosts to many of the
G.A.A.'s in our district. The purpose of the
Girl's Athletic Association was to create an
interest in sports.
This ear the G,A,A. sponsored a party
for the children at Lake Bluff Orphanage.
Gifts were given to the children, and enter-
tainment was provided by some of the mem-
bers. The main event, which occurred in the
spring, was the Mother and Daughter Ban-
quet. The banquet is an annual-affair held Miss Donovan, Miss Frantz, P. Cardiff, Vice-
to honor outstanding members and to enter- President: S. Ditnrnan, Treasurer: J. Pyles, President
tain the girls' mothers. A special sports- P. Dressel, Secretary.
manship award was given to the outstanding
senior girl .
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FIRST ROW: Miss Lbnovan, P. Hogan, B. Kisel, M. Millowski, G. Frasier, J. Proesel, C. Gundelach, Miss
Frantz. SECOND ROW: D. Close, N. Srch, P. Campausen, S. Dittrnan, P. Byrne, P. Tegleman, K. Nettles.
THIRD ROW: B. Curwood, T. Good, N. Brown, F. Kuchta, M. Geist, N. Scott, D. Stillson, D. Shewan.
FOURTH ROW: M. Kiesler, P. Dressel, P. Cardiff, S. Kubs, C. Horton, M. Ott, B. Poulson, J. Pyles, N.
Nemec. FIFTH ROW: J. Carlson, P. Storch, E. Ozga, P. Garvin, S. Romer, L. Carlson, J. Wagner, E. I-Ioman,
S. Duha, E. Reichenbach.
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FIRST ROW: J. Zelibor, J. Smith, P. Milowski, S. Hart, G. Tutein. SECOND ROW: K. Rentner, E. Frazier,
J. Schimmel, P.' Drucker, B. Alshouse, P. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: E, Schley, J. Duha, D. Henson, J, Masek,
P. Wood, L. Pavel, M. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: P. Wells, L. Wagner, J. Dressel, K. Lightsey. I. Sheehan,
L. Veesenmeyer, M. Jasien, J. Adamowski. FIFTH ROW: J. Anderson, J. Rentner, P. McNeil, K. Tasker, T.
Gallagher, C, Hansen, B. Gutowski, K. Marotta, D. Jarvis.
G. A. A.
FIRST ROW: P. Zeien, J. Gaston, J. Blumenschein, L. Carrick, J. Putnam. SECOND ROW: K. VanPatten, P.
Callahan, S. Davis, C. Arndt, J. Schneider, P. Teml. THIRD ROW: D. Gibbs, L. Osmond, C. McNeil, S.
Gibbs, J. Hughes, R. Furlan, H. Herman. FOURTH ROW: I. Cribb, K. Sershon, B. Krakowski, J. Maleck, J.
' ton, M. Forbrich, S. Berke, G. Lathom. FIFTH ROW: C. Keulman, E. Christensen, C. Kopecky, S. Mayer,
Arndt, S. Petersen, J. Sheehan, M, Smith, P. Cheterbok.
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Highlights of the Spring of
are the selection of the All Star
the annual banquet of the G.A.
last award is the highest honor
and is presented to a senior who
qualifications, four years in the
leadership, sportsmanship, and
ed her junior G.A.A. award.
Sportsmanship Award is Peggy
G. A. A. wwgragis '
each year for G.A.A. members
team and the announcement at
A. Sportsmanship Award. This
bestowed on any G.A.A. girl,
must have had, among other
organization, high qualities of
character, and must have earn-
This year, the winner of the
FIRST ROW: Miss Donovan, K. Rentner, R. Furlan, S. Barnstable. SECOND ROW: J. Maleck, M. Cardiff, J. Pyles.
THIRD ROW: J. Keisler, P. Dressel, J. Sheehan, S. Petersen, E. Christensen, K. Sershon.
E. Meyer, Vice-President: D. Mitchell, Secretary-Treasurerg
W. Herbst, Presidentg Mr. Leon.
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The "A" Club is an honorary club
whose membership is limited to those
boys who have earned a major award
in one or more varsity sports.
The members of the club serve the
school by acting as ushers at the basket-
ball games, and by sweeping the floor
and holding the ropes during half-time.
Another function of the club is the
nomination and election of the Home-
coming Queen and her Court.
FIRST ROW: P. Roach, D. Mitchell, E. Meyer, Mr. Leon, W. Herbst, R. Gudgeorx. SECOND ROW: W. Jarvis, F.
Sebesta, I, Denton, F. Ferdon, B. La Brose, R. Schlarbaum, J. Proesel. THIRD ROW: J. Lystlund, R. Prange, D.
Pyles, C. Davis, R. Behrens, F. Fabry, R. Jonas, R. Kopecky. FOURTH ROW: A. Wollperl. E. K3d16C. A.
Hanke, R. Teml, M. Ouilty, W. Han, R. Abendroth.
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zations at Antioch High School is the
training choir. Under the leadership of
Mr. Smouse, the organization is com-
posed of 20 girls. Throughout the year
the girls 'learn the fundamentals of music
and song and then audition to be ad-
mitted into the senior choir. The first
semester their main obiective is the
Christmas Messiah, but in the second
semester they sing in the Spring Concert,
and if their audition is successful, they
sing at the graduation with the other
P. Anderson, R. Northern. N. Brown, J. Eppers, B. Young
M. Midgley, N. Scott, J. Anderson.
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FIRST ROW: P. Hogan, S. Hart, K. Scully, V. White, L. D'Aba1do. SECOND ROW: Mr. Smouse, P. Mitchell,
D. Hensen, L. Carrick, B. Walker, C. Lindley, C. Buell. Tl-IIRD ROW: B. Reed, B. Gutowski, O. Johnson, P.
Garvin, S. Hookharn, V. Ganser, M. Wertz.
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L. Wohlfeil, J. Eppers
CLOCKWISE FROM LOWER RIGHT:
B. Young, B. Wolfenbarger, J.
Gaston, D. Harms, S. Nielsen,
N. Srch, K. Mazzuca, P. Ander-
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The Senior Choir, under the direction of Mr. Smouse, participated in various activities
throughout the year. The Christmas concert, featuring as soloists Miss Melody Midgley, Mr.
Frank Denison, Mr. Ron Peters, and Mrs. lngebord Wieghart, drew a large audience. Again
this year the choir for "The Messiah" was augmented b adults from the community. Besides
this Christmas concert, the Senior Choir also presente a Spring concert and toured with the
band in March.
son, J. Sershon, B. Fleider.
FIRST ROW: L. Horn, C. Horn, N. Srch, N. Scott, L. Veesenmeyer, S. Bauer, P. Anderson, J. Gaston, B.
Gallagher. SECOND ROW: Mr. Smouse, D. Stillson, D. Domek, R. Northern, M. Ptasienski, S. January, P.
W ll J. Ruhl, J. Anderson, J. Eppers, C. Westberg. THIRD ROW: K. Kufalk, D. Gracyk, C. Miller, B.
Freund, O. Belke, J. Sershon, S. Aschenbrenner, D. Moorman, D. Olsen, B. Yates, L. Wagner, P. Dorner,
B. Curwood. FOURTH ROW: S. Berke, J. Bentel, B. Young, D. Harms, B. Wolfenbarger, D. Waigand, K.
Mazzuca, F. Menning, M. Midgley, K. Sershon. FIFTH ROW: N. Cribb, S. Kubs, P. Callahan, L. Hollocker,
N. VandenBosch, B. Cain, A. Bromstad, A. Moorman, I. Horwath, S. Nielsen, R. Booker, D. Meierdirk, G.
Kem, P. McNeil, L. Wohlfeil, c. Lupa.
FIRST ROW: A. Root, M. Sorenson, M. Kulp, A. Stanton, J. Day, K. Heath, M. Jarvis, I. Duha. SECOND
ROW: G. Kaub, E. Heath, M. Jensen, M. Ott, C. Nelson, B. Tasker, I. Hlrhardt, R. McCarthy. THIRD
ROW: Mr. Chenette, J. Parker.
The Pep Band not only presented smooth music, but also livened the school
spirit at our basketball games. The members of the Pep Band are chosen as a
select group from the concert band. Their student director this year was Ken
The members of the Assembly Band gained experience in performance by
playing at our pep assemblies and programs in the auditorium.
Pep bans mmm
FIRST ROW: C. Thiele, O. Belke, S. Romer, P. Storch, J. Apostolou, M. Midgley, J. Seekatz, D. Still-
son, D. Hay. SECOND ROW: H. Young, K. Applebey, K. Horton, D. Moorman, L.Keis1er, M. Murrie,
A. Berreitter, P. Zeien, J. Quinn, D. Beattie.
FIRST ROW: L. Jahneke, C. Bogaerns, S. Jorden. SECOND ROW:
E. Storch, D. Drosen, A. Werrz, F. Coulson.
lhe Concert Band consists ot the
best instrumental music students of
A.T.H.S. This ear our band played
at the Fall Banci,Concert, the Christ-
mas Concert, and on the tour in
March. Top musicians competed in
the solo and ensemble contest held
March l . The band also held rehear-
sals during the summer, giving "be-
fore" and "after" concerts to show
The Prep Band is for those musi-
clans who are interested in becoming
members of the Concert Band. One
of their activities in the fall was a
field trip to Chicago to hear the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
FIRST ROW: P. McNeil, G. Mantis, O. Belke, S. Romer, D. Mantis. SECOND ROW: H. Herman, C. Thiels, D.
Close, S. Duha, T. Eckert, J. Anderson. THIRD ROW: W. Wolfinbarger, W. Cremin, S. Nielsen, N. Wetter-
berg, S. Pickus, J. Prosise, M. Lemke, A. Moorman. FOURTH ROW: P. Zeien, J. Quinn, D. Beattie, R. Hansen
K. Applebey, K. Horton, D. Moorman, R. Mack, A. Berreitter. FIFTH ROW: H. Kubicki, H. Young, M. Wolf,
MAJ ORETT ES HORN QU ART ET
J. Sorenson, S. Duha, N. Brown, D. Domek, D. Hansen, B. Wolfenbarger, S. Nielsen, N. Werterberg, S. Pickus.
FIRST ROW: S. Aschenbrenner, D. Armstrong, J. Apostolou, J. Sherwood, P. Storch, N. Cribb. SECOND ROW:
L. Wagner, B. Yates, B. Poulsen, D. Domek, N. Brown, C. Westberg. THIRD ROW: S. Langbein, D. Stillson,
I. Cribb, M. Midgley, J. Seekatz, B. Freund, S. Davis. FOURTH ROW: D. Hay, B. Cain, L. Kiesler, D.
Nickerson, J. Zeien, C. Bruhn, J. Gaston. FIFTH ROW: M. Murrie, E. Srorch, Mr. Chenette.
" Law" mspms ms? Prom
Their reminiscences of pleasant high school days inspired by the theme "Memory Lane,"
starry-eyed young couples cross the "bridge of happiness" and enter an atmosphere of ro-
mance. This mood, set by the soft strains of Lane Emery's music and enhanced by the gently
winding rose tree lane and the fountain graced by the statue of Cupid, sets the couples
dancing under a star-sprinkled sky.
Anticipation heightens as the hour draws nearer for the coronation of the King and
Queen. At last the fanfare is sounded, and the court begins its grand entrance. Queen
Karen Rentner and King Frank Ferdon are impressively crowned by last year's royal pair,
Judy Horton and Jerry Huml .
The coronation excitement over, all thoughts turn to the moments yet to be enioyed--
those last few dances, the chats with friends, the plans for late dinner and dancing else-
where, the rush of departure.
Another Prom is over, a lastingly beautiful memory to add to that precious store, that
personal "Memory Lane" in each heart.
Karen Renter Judy Zelibor
Rose Ellen Furlan Toni Thomas Lois Wohlfeil
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Everyone visits the wishing well
This is a comedy which has to do with a Nobel Prize Winner who has lived for many years on
0 meagre, unpalatable diet to favor an ailing heart. Because of this fact his books were coldly
cynical. He signs a will leaving a third of his estate to his young doctor, a third to perpetuate
his house as a sanctuary for his spirit, and a third to the Harvard Law School to make sure that
the terms of his odd testament will be carried out. After making this will, he eats a sumptuous
meal and dies happily.
He expects to find solitude in one of Stewart Chaney's living rooms, but he is lagued by the
spirits of an Indian girl who was pushed off a cliff by her over, a Southern belle who has a very
isturbing drawl and a phony liberal attitude, and a frustrated composer.
As if this were not enough to annoy an aesthete's soul, the pretty cook prepares the fatal
dishes. The author eventually finds peace in promoting a romance between the doctor and the
Qeniow Glass "La amd. Belwldfln
CAST OF CHARACTERS i
Milo Alcott . . ......... . Dennis Beattie
Mr. Wingate. . ........ . . . Fred Fabry
Daisy Durdle .... . . Karen Rentner
Dr. Robert Dorse . . . . Dennis Goodenough
Minnetonka Smafiflower . . . .Dorothy Jach
Kenneth Moore .... . . . Eddy Kadlec
Honey Wainwright . . . . Joan Burton
Jack McDougal. . ......... Gordon Volling
FIRST ROW: D. Goodenough, D. Beattie, G. Volling. SECOND ROW: I. Burton, E. Kadlec, F. Fabry, D. Jach.
FIRST ROW: Marie Waigand, Sandy Barnstable, Joan Putnam, Nancy Bailitz, Annabell I-Iribar. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Chiappetta, Chris McNeil, Bonnie Reed, Donna Winstead, Charlene Keulman, Sharon Ott, Dani Stratton.
THIRD ROW: Sandy Mayer, Bob White, Bill Dressel, Alan Moorman, Mike Mortensen, Fred Faust, Margo Ott.
' The Library Club, directed by Mr. Chiappetta, was composed of
students interested in learning the fundamentals of library tech-
ni ue. The members of the club had the responsibility of keeping books in proper order and
oft-keeping order in the library during their study hall. The purpose of the organization
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was to promote an Interest In library work and to help develop the appreciation of boo s
through the members of the club.
The Audio Visual Crew is a newly established group at our school this year. The group
was created to give the boys the responsibility of showing movies for various classes, and
learning to take care of the proiector efficiently. This year the club is sponsored by Mr.
Corrigan and has a total enrollment of twenty-five members.
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FIRST ROW: George Williams, Glen Siedschlag, Craig Nelson, Lester I-lribar, Bob Wertz, Jim Knigge, Bob
Danlap Jim Ruhl, Richard McCarthy, Richard Schlarbaum. SECOND ROW: Bob Carlson, Roger Van Patten,
Alan Moorman, Drake Frisell, Jim Quinn, Art Wertz, Tom Schissler, Jim Denton. THIRD ROW: Duane
Caddy, Wayne Starman, Bob White, Mike Mortensen, Dennis Powell, Bob Wozniak, Marshall Nelson.
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1957 ' Feohmes Uliantasg Lmwlf"Tlmeme
"Fantasyland" was the theme of Antioch's 1957 Homecoming weekend, held October
4-6. Good weather and enthusiastic backing from the community combined to make the
annual event one of high-spirited competition and excitement.
The highlight of Friday evening's program was the parade. Floats entered by classes,
organizations, local firms, and private individuals made the parade a long one and one full
of competition. In the school division, first prize went to the Junior Class for their Paul
Bunyan float, "We'll stomp on their Bunyans. " Second prize went to the So homore Class,
and third to the Freshman Class. The traditional bonfire following the parade was built this
ypar by the freshmen, and served as a background for the speeches, cheers, and awarding
Saturda evening's football game with Round Lake ended in a 7-6 victory for the
Sequoits. The large crowd was entertained during the half-time by the Antioch band and
the Lake Villa Grade School band, who played selections in keeping with the Fantasyland
theme, such as "When you Wish Upon a Star," and others.
The climax of the weekend came on Saturday night with the annual Homecoming Dance
In the decorations of the gymnasium one could again see the theme in the gingerbread
house with life-size gingerbread men. Art Smeikal's band provided music, and the crowd
eagerly awaited the announcement of the identity of the Homecoming Queen, whose name
had been kept secret until that night. The royal pair were Gwenn Royer and Elvin Meyer.
Runners-up for the title of queen were Kathy Arndt, who was escorted by Dave Mitchell,
and Donna Gibbs, who was escorted by Frank Sebesta. Attendants for the queen were
Chris McNeil, a junior, escorted by Bill Dressel, Sue Romer, a sophomore, escorted by
Bob Martin, and Pam Drucker, a freshman, escorted by George Sturbens.
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An innovation in our school
this year was the All-School Vari-
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ta ent shows, which were pro-
duced by each individual class,
the All-School Variety Show con-
tained talented members of all
The program, which was co-
ordinated by Mr. Donald Chiap-
petta and emceed by Sonya Pickus,
contained a variety of acts, rang-
ing from singing and dancing to
instrumental solos and humorous
Raggedy Ann 3, Andy Mr. Dinman commends
Frank for fine spirit.
Karen and Sharon provide "Steam Heat. "
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Arlene Catardi, Francis Domer, Judy Pyles, Jerry Dittmer, Mary Forbrich, Art I-Ianke.
Let's not be late! Will Jones provides smooth music.
The annual Christmas formal, sponsored by the senior class, was held on Saturday
evening, December 21st, in the boys' gym. The dance, whose theme was "Mistletoe
Magic," was truly an event that will be long remembered by all who attended. The gym
was simpl but beautifully decorated with three lovely lighted Christmas trees, two by the
bandstanclland the third by the Queen's and King's thrones.
The highlight of the evening was the disclosure of the identity of the senior girl who
was to be queen. After the entrance of the court, Annabelle Hribar escorted by Bill Hart,
Donna Deppe escorted by Bob Wertz, Judy Pyles escorted by Jerry Dittmer, and Mary
Forbrich escorted by Art Hanke, Queen Paula Zeien entered, escorted by Richard Jonas,
Dancing to the lovely music of Will Jones and his eleven piece orchestra lasted until
ll:3O, at which time the dance came to a close.
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DENNY GOODENOUGH FRANK SEBESTA PAT ROACH
"Most Team Spirit" "A11 Conference Team" "Most Improved Player"
This year the Fighting Sequoits, under the guid-
ance of coaches Robert Walther and William Baird,
finished their season with a record of three victories
and five defeats.
Antioch was proud of co-captain Frank "Moose"
Sebesta, whose outstanding achievements were re-
warded by selection for the "All Conference Team. "
Others who helped guide the total football pro-
gram at A. T. H. S. this year were Mr. Ward Lear,
who served as Director of Athletics, Mr. William Lear.
Romoser, who was Frosh- Soph coach, and Mr.
Donald Chiappetta, who was Freshman coach.
'Antioch 6 . . Wilmot
Antioch 21 . . Waucondo
Antioch 6 . . Warren
Antioch 7 . . Round Lake
Antioch O . . Grant
Antioch 7 . . Elo-Vernon
Antioch O . . Lo ke Forest
Antioch 0 . . . . Grayslake
Mr. Baird, Mr, Chiappetta, Mr, Walther, Mr, Romoser, Mr
FIRST ROW: C. Eberman, R, Cote, P. Roach, I. Portalski, D. Goodenough, J. Proesel, R. Gudgeon. SECOND ROW:
C, Davis, W, Hart, B, Dressel, D. Mitchell, F, Fabry, D, Sheehan, J. Armstrong, W. Rosquist, F. Sebesta, R. Martin
W, Merryman. THIRD ROW: Mr, Baird, Mr, Walther, R, Carlson, A. Wollpert, T, Schissler. J. Denton, R, Abendroth,
E. Meyer, P. Mitchell, D. Pyles, G. Lystlund, J. Knigge, R, Schlarbaum.
FIRST ROW: B. Bonner, L, Keisler, I. Thompson, R, Greene, B. Van Patten. SECOND
mm ROW: D, Armstrong, F. Vemueyen, W, Wolfinbarger, G. Schuth, G, Greene,
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FIRST ROW: C. Eberman, I. Thompson, R. Wolf, G, Williamson, D, Wiegel, K.
Stepien, I. Weldin, J, Parker, L. Porter, SECOND ROW: Mr, Romoser, D. Slazes,
D, Seyfarth, W, Merryman, P, Mitchell, R. Martin, W. Rosquist, G. Anzinger, T, F tv' 2 LI E I
Burda, B, Cremin.
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Romoser, B. Palenske, P. Lindholm, R. Porter, L. Goff, L. Keisler, J. Ruhl. SECOND
ROW: P. Kadlec, J. Thompson, P. Zeien, J. Cox, I. Loeper, D. Armstrong, G. Sterbens. THIRD ROW:
B. Wolfinbarger, L. I-Ierbst, D. Sheehan, B. Elliot, E. Martin, J. Prosise, J. Etten.
These begs woab lwfwb iw Basketball
FIRST ROW: J. LoRusso, A. Stowe, K. Alshouse, J. Gerber. SECOND ROW: Mr. Good, D. Gudgeon, J.
Parker, B. LaBrose, D. Wolf, J. Dahlman, R. Hansen. THIRD ROW: R. Prange, D. Pyles, M. Stankus,
B. Martin, M. Wolff, W. Rosquist.
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The spirit of the "Fighting Sequoits" was
carried over from the outdoor sports with
wonderful ease. This was proved by the ability
and skill that our boys put forth on the basket-
ball court this season.
It was exciting to see Wayne Herbst and Art
Hanke shooting with unusual accuracy, and to
watch Rich Behrens' skillful handling of the ball.
Antioch may be iustly proud of Art Hanke, who
was chosen by the Chicago Herald American for
nts "Prep Team of the Week," who was chosen
by his teammates as Honorary Captain and as
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Most Valuable Player, and who was elected to M' Lear Mf Romoser Mf Leon MI Goo
the All Conference 1st Team by vote of all
players and coaches. Other honors went to
Wayne Herbst, who was also elected to the All
Conference 1st Team, and to Jerry Dittmer, who
won the Free Throw Trophy with an accuracy of
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FIRST ROW: B. Cain, J. Roach, J. Portalski, P. Roach. SECOND ROW: P. Magiera, R. Behrens, W. Dressel, -F.
Sebesta. THIRD ROW: Mr. Leon, R. Paulsen, R. Teml, J. Dittmer, W. Herbst, A. Hanke.
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During the summer, the Varsity
Cheerleaders, Rose Ellen Furlan,
Captain, Mary Forbrich, Judy
Maleck, Charlene Keulman, Elaine
Christensen, and Kathy Sershon,
attended a week-long Cheerleading
Camp at Illinois State Normal Uni-
versity. There they learned new ideas
for skits and also many new cheers
T and iumps. Later during the year
Elaine Christensen, Judy Mqleck,
Charlene Keulman, and Rose Ellen
Furlan attended a one-day clinic at Glenbrook High
The main job of the Cheerleaders, in addition to the
planning of Pep Assemblies, is to promote better school
spirit and enthusiasm among the crowds at all football
and basketball games. This year the girls operated a
cloak room to earn money to defray some of their
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Rose Ellen Furlan Charlene Keu man y
Captain Mary Forbrich Judy Maleck
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Under the direction of Sharon Ditt-
man, the head cheerleader, and Miss
Frantz, their sponsor, the Frosh-Soph
Cheerleaders showed enthusiasm and pep
as they led their team to many victories.
This year the girls went to a cheer-
leading clinic at Glenbrook High School,
where they learned many new skits and
Lack of experience proved to be
no handicap to the squad, for although Sue
Duha, Lynn Veesenmeyer, June Dressel,
and Annette Royer were new to this
activity, they soon showed themselves to We've gotta team nhavs red hor!
be excellent cheerleading material.
keep spwts ldglv
Sharon Dittman, Captain
Lynn Veesenmeyer Sharon Gibbs
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FIRST ROW: S. Nielsen, I. Gerber, M,
LaBrose, D. Gudgeon, B. LaBrose, E.
Eberman, M, Murrie, SECOND ROW:
C, Oberg, K, Stepien, I. Dahlman,
D, Sheehan, R, Cote, R, Carlson, I
Keegan, THIRD ROW: Mr, Seemann
R, Wolf, W, Nerud, R, White, T.
Schissler, K, Mazzuca, A, Stowe, J.
Proesel, S. Aschenbrenner.
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FIRST ROW: B. Jarvis, R. Jonas, P.
Roach, W, Barnstable, L, Christensen,
R. Teml, F. Ferdon, D. Pyles. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. Leon, T. Sanhamel,
E. Meyer, E. Kadlec, K. Hellstem,
R, James, R. Hartman, F. Faust, D.
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FIRST ROW: D. Seyfarth, I, Lystunc
W. Hendriksen, R, Hansen, L, Zerr,
T, Burda, I. La Russo, A, Wollpert,
Denton, Mr. Kessnich, SECOND ROV.
J, Steitz, W. Herbst, D. Smith, R,
Prange, R. Schaeffer, D. Valkenaar,
P, Mitchell, W, Rosquist, G, Williar
son, W. Merryman, H. Miller, C,
Davis. THIRD ROW: Mr, Baird, M,
Ouilty, A. Mani, R. Kopecky, R,
BrehCl1S, R. Doyle, V. Nauseda, R,
Srch, F. Libert, R, Plechaty, Mr,
to the class of i958
"All General Banking Facilities"
A Member of The Federal Deposit
JEWEL FOOD STORE
CHARLES J. CERMAK, JR.
Real Estate ' Loans - Insurance
400 If2 Lake Street
ANTIOCH SHEET METAL INCORPORATED
MERRY-G O- ROU ND BAKERY
fOpen Sundays 7:00 to I:00j
Personalized Party Cakes
Complete Bakery Service
Full Line Sinclair Products
Phone I4 9 Q
Antioch, Illinois QS 9
GIBBS AND JENSSEN
Sporting Goods and Sportwear
Phone Antioch 922
STRANG FUNERAL HOME
Licensed in Illinois and Wisconsin
Ed. R. Strang
I055 Main Street
ART'S PAINT STORE
Paint, Wallpaper, and Draperies
406 Lake Street
in Post Office Building
Phone Antioch 320
Auto Painting By Experts
"You Wreck 'Em - We Fix 'Em"
WES' AUTO BODY 8K PAINT SHOP
Floor 8.WaII Coverings
Phone 607 Antioch, Illinois
Westinghouse Electric Products-
Dri-Gas, AII Purpose Gas
CAREY ELECTRIC - PLUMBING SHOP
Phone Antioch 75
, 889 Main Street
84 Antioch, Illinois
RIS. 21 8.173
Tower Gas For Less
Good Service Too
THE BEST VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
WILLIAMS DEPARTMENT STORE
GASTON PRINTING CO.
The Antioch News
REEVES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUGS
"The Finest Drug Store in the
Owned and Operated by George
and Helen Borovicka, R. Ph. C's
DRIJE CHEVROLET INC.
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
Sales - Parts - Service
Phone Antioch 56
Paints - Glass - Fishing Tackle
392 Lake Street Antioch 229
LITTLE GIFT SHOP
Gifts for all Occasions
950 Main Street
Loren D. Sexauer
OLSON IMPLEMENT CO.
352 Depot Street
VILLAGE PONTIAC, INC.
362 Depot Street
Don Pittman and Ray Bruhn
THE JEWEL BOX
Designing 8. Custom Made Jewelry
906 Main Street Phone 938
BARNSTABLE 81 BROGAN
"Clothing for the FamiIy"
904 Main Street
Sales 8. Service
Chrysler 8 Plymouth
Elliot 6-343T Ceclar
Lake Villa, Illinois
ANTIOCH FIRESTONE DEALER STORE
839 North Main Street
Phone TT Antioch, Illinois
"The Shop For Outdoor Living
Rte. 59 8. T73 Phone Antioch 426
COX'S CORN ERS
Tavern - Restaurant - Cottages
Rte T73 2 Tf2 miles
CARL L. BARTHEL
Excavating - Sand - Gravel - Filling
Fred 8. Helen i wlest of , Phofle H20 n
Libert Antioch, Illinois Arr Compressor Service Antioch, lllinois
Pizza, Italian Sausage Sandwich, ANTIOCH LUMBER 8 COAL CO., INC
All Carry Outs '
at no extra Charge
Phone Antioch 365
Bill 8. Mary Hubner
Phone T5 and T6
Everything to Build Anything
LAKE VILLA PHARMACY
W.L. Krater, R. Ph.
Prescriptions, and Sundries
Lake Villa, lllinois
LOON LAKE SERVICE
Loon Lake Road Loon Lake
One block east of Rt. 21--
Women's 8K Children's Apparels
Gifts and Antiques
Girl Scout Headquarters
CEDAR LAKE SERVICE STATION
General Auto Repair
Lake Villa, Illinois
Phone: Elliot 6-2I6I
KLASS MEN'S STORE
Lake Villa, Illinois
E . E LMER BROOK
Real Estate - Insurance
9I2 Main Street
Phone Antioch 460
PAUL R. AVERY INC. CHAIN O' LAKES CLEANERS
Plumbing, Heating, and Electrical Work Plqnf--Route 21
I-Olse villa, IIIIUOIS Tuxedos--Full Dress Suits to Rent
Elliot 6-2261 Phone Antioch 636
Antioch 414 Antioch, Illinois
G - E- Applicnces Louis Mowen 8- Son
. W.V. LAHTI OIL COMPANY
I Lake 8. Broadway Antioch, Illinois
ANTIOCH I.G .A. FOODLINER
Shell Heating Oils
Rain or Shine Phone Antioch 509
Lester C. Hamlin-Owner
Contracting and Service
Lake Villa, Illinois
Phone Antioch 38
Upholslerlngoraslp Covers - Compliments of
H.W. WILSON MANN'S CERTIFIED FOODS
Manufacturer of Fine Furniture Phone 60
Phone IIO6-J Antioch, Illinois
LYONS - RYAN FORD
939 Main Street
Rte. 3 Channel Lake
I2 Modern Lanes - Automatic
Open for bowling every day at noon
SMA RT'S COUNT RY HOUSE
On Rte. I73 West of Antioch, Illinois
Phone Antioch 602
Catering To Private Parties,
Ray and Gert Lorenz
LAKE VILLA LUMBER AND COAL CO
Lake Villa, Illinois
Phone Elliot 6-243i
Phone Antioch 808
Rte. I73 859
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Shirt
KING'S DRUG STORE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Phone 70 or 80
Antioch, II I inois
Rts. 59 8. I73
CompI iments of
Lake ViIIa, IIIinois
UIKE COUNTY HEATING CO.
Air Conditioning Engineers
"In the Heart of Antioch"
John L. Dupre 384 Lake Street
Phone II3 Antioch, IIIinois
REGAL CHINA COMPANY
JOE AND DON'S SERVICE STATION
"CompIete Auto Repairing and Towing"
970 South Main Street
Joe LoRusso and Donald Kennedy,
Telephone Antioch 737
PEDERSEN'S BAKERY AND
Jo Pat Brand
ANTIOCH PACKING HOUSE
"Smoked Meat Specialists"
LUPA'S BLUFF LAKE RESORT
WESTERN TIRE AND AUTO STORE
DICK'S BIKE SHOP
Phone Antioch 888
JACK STIEBER BARBER SHOP
LINDY'S SODA BAR
on Route I73, 2 If2 miIes west of
Phone Antioch 435-M
THE RECORD NOOK
845 Main 650 Pine
Yvonne Dance Studios
Ballet, Toe, Tap, and Ballroom dancing
Antioch, Illinois--Grayslake, Illinois
Compliments of Antioch and Lakes Theatres
Compliments of Marek's
Conservatory of Music
Compliments of Ben Franklin Store
Sorenson's Bait Shop
Routes 59 and 173
Compliments of Jim Maplethorpe
Ta lor Shoes Store
"Shoes for the entire family"
L. E. Murrie
KeuIman's Jewelry Store
Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry
RCA Television and Radio
Homes - Lots - Acreage
Nelson's Real Estate
Compliments of Willow Dale Dairy
Home of Dairy Farm Products
"Flowers for all occasions"
Martin's Hi-Way Furniture
935 Main Street
Gibbs' Variety Store
"The Store of Friendly Service"
Cardinal Food Store
Phone 35, 917 Main Street
Compliments of Baethke's Barber Shop
Perry Auto Parts
Lake Villa, Illinois
Compliments of "The Trading Post"
Compliments of Frostee Sno
Sewer and Water
Lake Villa, Illinois
Reidel Feed Sales
Lake Villa, Illinois
Kidera Equipment Company
Lawn 8. Garden Division
Box 358, Lake Villa, Illinois
Compliments of Grand 21 Club
Lake Villa, Illinois
Zens W. Zenor
Plumbing and Heating
Lake Villa, Illinois
Compliments of Williamson's Grocery
Lake Villa, Illinois
Phone Elliot 6-4481
Lake Villa, Illinois
INext to bankfl
Sandwiches and Package Foods
Effinger's Hardware, Paints and Glass
Lake Villa, Illinois
Storm-Proof Window Company
2 Blocks South of Grand
Lake Villa, Illinois Elliot 6-6281
Fred Maier Service Station
Lake Villa, Illinois
Jim's Service Station
Main and Depot Streets, Antioch, Illinois
M. Cunningham Cartage
Moving and General Trucking
Antioch, Illinois Phone 419
Compliments of Powles Dairy Store
Compliments of Elmer's Service Station
Routes 59 and 173
D-X Gas and Oil
Route 173, Antioch, Illinois
Route 21--1 Block south of 132
Lake Villa, Illinois
Cap Radke and Son Barber Shop
914 Main Street
Jack's Town and Country Sho
"Featuring a complete line olPMen's
and Boys' Wear"
890 Main Street, Antioch, Illinois
A 8. P Store
Ray's Shell Station
Lake and Broadway
Bill's Welding and Steel Sales
W.W. Horton, Jr.
312 Depot Street--Phone 446-J Day
House of Beauty--Mr. Benny
Open daily 9 to 65 Thursday and
Friday evenings by appointment
Phone 691 Antioch, Illinois
Wilton's Electric Shop
924 Main Street Phone 111
Loon Lake Inn
Antioch, Illinois Phone 380
Dining Room and Cocktail Lounge
Homemade Ravioli and Spaghetti
Central Food Store
Loon Lake, Bill Kumst
Phone Antioch 760
Casy's Bait and Sport Shop
Route 21 and Beach Grove Road
1 mile south of 173
Antioch, Illinois 24 hour service
Mr. and Mrs. George Maleck
Compliments of Park Garage
Lake Villa, Illinois
19th Hole Restaurant
Lake Villa, Illinois
Bob Hunt's Service Station
Routes 173 and 21
EIliott's Chuck Wagon--Home
1 Mile west of Antioch on I73
Rural Sanitary Service
Complete Sewer Service
Elmer Rudolph Phone 1183
Runyard and Sons
Bill's Service Station
Loon Lake Comers
Antioch, Illinois Phone 720
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